Patrick Coman w/ A.D. Chandler
Americana, rock, and blues
April 9, 2015 · 8:00pm
Patrick Coman brings his Reds & Blues tour to Lancaster, with support from A.D. Chandler.
Patrick Coman plays the soundtrack for Saturday night sinning and Sunday morning redemption. Merging the bluesy barroom shuffle of his native Oklahoma with the poetic lyricism that pays a debt to the historically rich Cambridge folk scene, Coman has garnered fans in his adopted hometown of Boston and beyond opening for musical heavyweights ranging from Del McCoury to John Fullbright and Joan Osborne.
In addition to performing, Coman hosts the popular For the Sake of the Song concert series, which brings together top songwriters to collaborate in performing songs from their biggest influences alongside their own original work. He also produces and hosts the weekly “Local Folk” radio show on WUMB (Boston’s NPR music station) and is a board member of the New England Americana Festival.
York, Pennsylvania native, A.D. Chandler writes eclectic songs heavily influenced by country, blues, folk and rock. Adrian’s songs of riddled relationships leading from love to angst and everywhere in between are written and performed with passion.